Egusin 250 Pellets Dietetic Feed

Egusin 250 Pellets Dietetic Feed
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Price: $87.95
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  • Alfalfa Pellet formula
  • The 10-lb. pail is a 21-day supply for one horse
  • Use as an aid in prevention and recurrence of "stress stomach"
  • Palatable formulation that is mixed into feed concentrate that horses eat willingly
  • Contains no prohibited drugs

      by Centaur

      • Natural dietetic feed supplement
      • Aids in the prevention and recurrence of “stress stomach”
      • Contains a combination of ingredients that not only address the primary causes of gastrointestinal disturbances but also avoids their recurrence
      • Easy to administer alfalfa pellets

      EGUSIN 250® alfalfa pellets is a natural dietetic feed supplement for horses that has been demonstrated to be beneficial in promoting a healthy stomach and as an aid in preventing the destruction of the stomach lining associated with gastrointestinal disorders. It contains a combination of ingredients that not only address the primary causes of gastrointestinal disturbances but also aids in avoiding their recurrence. Easy to administer. Contains dietetic soluble fibers, which improve intestinal function. Does not contain any drugs or prohibited substances. The 10-lb. pail is a 21-day supply for one horse.

      EGUSIN 250®
      Use as an aid in the prevention and recurrence of “stress stomach”. For foals and young horses (4-12 months): administer 1 scoop daily (approximately 125 grams); divided into ½ a scoop in the morning and ½ a scoop in the evening for a minimum of 21 days. Horses in Training: Administer 2 scoops daily (approximately 250 grams); divided into 1 scoop in the morning and one scoop in the evening for a minimum of 21 days.


      (endoscopic images excerpted from research conducted at LSU)
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      (4.75)
      # of Ratings: 4
      1. on 6/17/2014, said:
      This product is truly amazing. My mare is totally changed from being grouchy, under weight and difficult to control when riding. I took her to my vet who said she most likely had ulcers and it was going to be very costly to give any treatment which wouldn't guarantee the ulcers to not return. So this is my second bucket of the pellets. I did the first month on the more potent version of Equsin and then this is the maintenance feed I'm now using. I will probably stop it after this bucket as I believe she is cured. She is no longer acting like she is starving anymore either. Highly recommend this product.
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      by Centaur

      • Natural dietetic feed supplement
      • Aids in the prevention and recurrence of “stress stomach”
      • Contains a combination of ingredients that not only address the primary causes of gastrointestinal disturbances but also avoids their recurrence
      • Easy to administer alfalfa pellets

      EGUSIN 250® alfalfa pellets is a natural dietetic feed supplement for horses that has been demonstrated to be beneficial in promoting a healthy stomach and as an aid in preventing the destruction of the stomach lining associated with gastrointestinal disorders. It contains a combination of ingredients that not only address the primary causes of gastrointestinal disturbances but also aids in avoiding their recurrence. Easy to administer. Contains dietetic soluble fibers, which improve intestinal function. Does not contain any drugs or prohibited substances. The 10-lb. pail is a 21-day supply for one horse.

      EGUSIN 250®
      Use as an aid in the prevention and recurrence of “stress stomach”. For foals and young horses (4-12 months): administer 1 scoop daily (approximately 125 grams); divided into ½ a scoop in the morning and ½ a scoop in the evening for a minimum of 21 days. Horses in Training: Administer 2 scoops daily (approximately 250 grams); divided into 1 scoop in the morning and one scoop in the evening for a minimum of 21 days.


      (endoscopic images excerpted from research conducted at LSU)
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